As an AI language model, I don’t have real-time data or the ability to search the internet. However, I can provide some examples of significant data security breaches in the gambling industry from previous years. It’s important to note that this information may not reflect the most recent breaches. For up-to-date information, I recommend referring to news sources or security breach databases. Here are ten examples of major data security breaches in the gambling industry (from past years):
1. 888 Holdings (2017): A data breach compromised the personal information of over 530,000 customers of 888 Holdings, an online gambling company.
2. Ladbrokes (2017): Data belonging to around 10,000 Ladbrokes online gambling customers was exposed due to a misconfigured customer database.
3. Betway (2018): A data breach exposed the personal information of an undisclosed number of Betway online gambling customers.
4. Wynn Resorts (2018): A hacker stole and published customer data, including personal information and betting habits, of Wynn Resorts customers.
5. 32Red (2019): Personal information, betting history, and financial details of 32Red online gambling customers were exposed due to a cyber attack.
6. BetUS (2019): The online gambling site BetUS suffered a data breach, exposing customer names, email addresses, phone numbers, and payment information.
7. BetVictor (2020): BetVictor, an online gambling company, experienced a data breach where customer details, betting preferences, and IP addresses were exposed.
8. GVC Holdings (2020): A database misconfiguration at GVC Holdings allowed unauthorized access to customer information, potentially affecting tens of thousands of customers.
9. SkyBet/Affiliate Hub (2020): A misconfigured database exposed 108 million records, including customer names, email addresses, phone numbers, birth dates, and deposit limits.
10. Blackbaud (2020): Although not directly related to the gambling industry, Blackbaud, a third-party service provider used by many gambling organizations, suffered a data breach that potentially exposed customer data of various gambling companies.
Please note that this list only provides examples from previous years, and the most recent data security breaches in the gambling industry may not be included.